Before Westeros' magnificent seven were ambushed by the army of the dead in Sunday's episode of Game of Thrones , the group — which included Jon Snow , Tormund, Jorah Mormont, Gendry , Beric Dondarrion, Thoros of Myr and the Hound — spent some time getting to know each other.
Jon kicked off the trek beyond the Wall by offering to return Longclaw — the ancestral Valyrian steel sword of House Mormont — to Jorah.
To refresh your memory, Jon was brought back to life by Melisandre following his murder at the hands of his Night's Watch brothers while Beric was resurrected six separate times by Thoros after originally being killed by the Mountain.
Despite the fact that he once told Arya that every time he comes back he's a "bit less," Beric — a true believer in the Lord of Light — has long seemed relatively at peace with the idea that his fate is out of his control.
This message appeared to strike a chord with Jon, who echoed a line from the Night's Watch vows that he once swore to spend his entire life upholding.
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